Posts Tagged ‘Bob Dylan’

False Prophet

June 28, 2020

 “False Prophet,” written and recorded by Bob Dylan, released May, 2020.

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Bob Dylan’s Christmas Polka Party

December 28, 2019

Bob Dylan and friends perform a spirited version of  Hal Moore and Bill Fredricks’ “Must Be Santa” on his Christmas album. The tune was also recorded by Mitch Miller in 1961 and Lorne Greene (with a kiddie choir) in 1966. The hilarious British attempt by Tommy Steele, OBE is more Music Hall than polka.

Brave Combo’s spirited “Dyno” (“push”) version of the tune may have been Dylan’s inspiration.

This track is included in the Christmas in the Heart recording, and royalties will be donated to charity in perpetuity.

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I Pity the Poor Immigrant

November 16, 2019

“I Pity the Poor Immigrant,” written and recorded by Bob Dylan, 1967. Lyrics here.

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Bob Dylan, Age 20, on Freak Shows

February 20, 2019

I‘m never going to become rich and famous” – Bob Dylan in 1962.

Cynthia Gooding interviewed Bob Daylan on her “Folksingers Choice” show on WBAI FM in New York City in 1962.  Animated by Patrick Smith; for Blank on BlankJennifer Yoo, colorist. Doug Moss mixed the interview with tracks of Dylan tuning up his guitar and playing his harmonica.

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Slow Train

March 11, 2017

“Slow Train,” written by Bob Dylan and arranged by Harrison Calloway. Recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, 1979.

Bob Dylan (vocals, guitar), Mark Knopfler (guitar), Barry Beckett (keyboards), Tim Drummond (bass), Pick Withers (drums), Carolyn Dennis, Helena Springs and Regina Havis (background vocals), Barry Beckett and Mickey Buckins (percussion), and the Muscle Shoals Horns.

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I Wanna Be Your Lover

November 12, 2016

“I Wanna Be Your Lover,” by Bob Dylan, Oct 05, 1965. Take 1 Edit 2. From a bootleg. Bob Dylan with  Levon HelmRobbie Robertson, Rick Danko, Richard Manuel and Garth Hudson.

Video by Skinny Moo

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Nobel Laureate Wordsmith

October 13, 2016

Songwriter Bob Dylan (né Robert Zimmerman) has been awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature. Mr. Dylan was first nominated for the prize in 1997.

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Video from D. A. Pennebaker’s 1967 film Dont Look Back.

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Bob Dylan’s Christmas Polka Party

December 29, 2015

Bob Dylan and friends perform a spirited version of  Hal Moore and Bill Fredricks’ “Must Be Santa” on his Christmas album. The tune was also recorded by Mitch Miller in 1961 and Lorne Greene (with a kiddie choir) in 1966. The hilarious British attempt by Tommy Steele, OBE is more Music Hall than polka.

Brave Combo’s spirited “Dyno” (“push”) version of the tune may have been Dylan’s inspiration.

This song is included in the Christmas in the Heart recording, and royalties will be donated to charity in perpetuity.

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Bob Dylan’s Christmas Polka Party

December 27, 2014

Bob Dylan and friends perform a spirited version of  Hal Moore and Bill Fredricks’ “Must Be Santa” on his Christmas album. The tune was also recorded by Mitch Miller in 1961 and Lorne Greene (with a kiddie choir) in 1966. The hilarious British attempt by Tommy Steele, OBE is more Music Hall than polka.

Brave Combo’s spirited “Dyno” (“push”) version of the tune may have been Dylan’s inspiration.

This song is included in the Christmas in the Heart recording, and royalties will be donated to charity in perpetuity.

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Dylan’s Christmas Polka Party

December 27, 2009

Bob Dylan performs a spirited version of  Hal Moore and Bill Fredricks’ “Must Be Santa” on his Christmas album. The tune was also recorded by Mitch Miller in 1961 and Lorne Greene (with a kiddie choir) in 1966. The hilarious British attempt by Tommy Steele, OBE is more Music Hall than polka.

Brave Combo’s spirited “Dyno” (“push”) version of the tune may have been Dylan’s inspiration.

Royalties from Bob’s Christmas in the Heart recording will be donated to charity in perpetuity.

 

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